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Apparently You Have A Copy Of Hakim?

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Posted by Bruce on January 9, 2001 07:05:00 UTC

The critical radius is r=2M geometric units, r=2GM/c^2 conventional units. 'An introduction to relativistic Gravitation' Re'mi Hakim starting page 195, the Schwarzchild solution.
BTW-E=mc^2 is not the relativistic energy equation. It means Erest=mrestc^2
In geometric units the energy equation is
E^2=p^2+m^2
When there is no motion
E^2rest= 0 + m^2rest

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